April 3, 2014 RSS feed / News

Signs of spring

Gemma Guinguing, of Intrepid Lane, performed the National Anthem in American Sign Language at the Red Sox-Marlins game on March 6. More...

Home sweet home

The male osprey is back at its nest at the Great Creek. Another osprey, whose home is at Lawn School, also returned last week. More...

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Hayfield habitats need protecting

Spring has arrived in New England, along with migratory songbirds flying north for the summer, one of the most sought-after signs of the season. More...

Spring sporting events underway this week

The weather has been the athletes’ biggest adversary, but despite some postponements, the spring season opened this week at North Kingstown High, with many of the teams scheduled to see action. More...

Ski enthusiast is town’s newest lawyer

Christian Infantolino, an islander who graduated cum laude from Roger Williams University last year, is the island’s newest attorney. Infantolino joins John Murphy and Emily Morneau at the Narragansett Avenue law firm that bears their names. More...

Where in the world?

Nathan Campbell took the Jamestown Press to Gyeongbok Palace in Seoul, South Korea. He went to the Far East for spring break with classmates in the Harvard Asia Law Society. More...

Town’s water quality improving

The island’s water is getting better, Town Engineer Michael Gray advised the town councilors at their March 17 meeting. More...

Rotary Club reaching out to local groups

The Jamestown Rotary Club is planning a community-wide social and wants to invite every organization in town. According to organizer Win Reed, the event will be an opportunity for members of various groups to get acquainted with one another. More...

Former islander will jam at ’Ganny

A former resident of Jamestown who lived on the island for 28 years, Don Culp will return to his old stomping grounds this weekend for a performance with his new band, The 100 Watt Suns. More...

Gossip girls

Right, Alyssa Gibbs, 12, will star as Annie in “The Fire- Breathing Lady and the Sugar Plum Fairy” at three performances this weekend. More...

Jamestown Historical Society News

A pril and May are months for making summer plans. And the JHS board is hard at work doing just that. More...

Marsh restoration project launches

Jamestown’s Round Marsh has suffered environmental degradation for decades. But that’s about to change. More...

Sailing season

Icarus Racing leads the fleet in the 2013 Atlantic Cup in-shore leg held on Narragansett Bay. More...

Local organizations offer scholarships to graduating seniors

• Applications for the Leigha Carlisle Scholarship are available at the North Kingstown High School guidance office. More...

Island Chatter

Congratulations to Jonathan Sanchez and Jack Barry, Squirts state champs. Jonathan and Jack are teammates on the Southern Rhode Island Youth Hockey Association’s Jr. Rams Squirts team based out of URI’s Boss Arena. More...